Доктор Желнов

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Emergency Medicine Clerkship: Clinical Skills Experience Portfolio

Emergency Medicine Clerkship - Syllabus (PDF)

The Emergency Medicine Clinical Skills Experience Portfolio (CSEP) is an electronic checklist of clinical experiences developed for the clerkship and designed for students to use to track their progress in developing knowledge and skill in the following areas:

All items listed on the CSEP are required; i.e., students must document exposure to all of the listed experiences. Students are required to submit their CSEP electronically to the Clerkship Site Director for review at both the midpoint and the end of the clerkship. Instructions for accessing and entering data into CSEP in OASIS are under Clerkship Overview on AIMS.


  1. Abdominal pain
  2. Back pain
  3. Bleeding
  4. Chest pain
  5. Congestive heart failure
  6. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease exacerbation
  7. Dizziness/vertigo/Syncope
  8. Gastroenteritis
  9. Headache
  10. Head injury
  11. Pneumonia
  12. TIA/stroke
  13. Upper or lower extremity pain
  14. Urinary tract infection

Physical Exam

  1. Abdominal Exam (PS)
  2. Cardiovascular exam (PS)
  3. Extremity exam (PS)
  4. Neurologic Exam (PS)
  5. Thoracic Pulmonary Exam (PS)

Additional Clinical Activities

  1. Give an assessment-oriented patient presentation to attending or resident
  2. Review chest Xray with attending or resident
  3. Review EKG with attending or resident
  4. Review musculoskeletal x-ray with attending or resident
  5. Write and submit one patient note to clerkship site director Additional Learning Activities
  6. Clarify and submit rotation goals by end of Week One
  7. Submit progress on personal goals by end of rotation
  8. Complete mid-course feedback session with site director
  9. Watch three online lecture videos on AIMS as outlines in syllabus – Principles of Emergency medicine/Patient Approach, Acute, Injury, Disasters
  10. Read required chapters in Emergency Medicine Clerkship Primer (Clerkship Directors in Emergency Medicine 2008) as directed in syllabus and as needed to ensure familiarity with all diagnoses listed under “Diagnosis” section of CSEP
  11. Active participation with at least 15 patients
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